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(psychiatry) a relatively permanent state of worry and nervousness occurring in a variety of mental disorders, usually accompanied by compulsive behavior or attacks of panic

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Thus, patients' thoughts and anxieties will certainly reflect on this.
Is there any significant correlation between library anxieties of the students of different majors?
17% of foreign language writing anxiety variance were not shared respectively with general foreign language anxiety and L1 writing anxiety, indicating that foreign language writing anxiety is distinct from the other two language anxieties under study.
However, a few researches conducted in this area have shown that there is a significant difference between males and females in their manifestation of fears and anxieties (Makinde, 2000).
My anxieties about math anxiety, Mathematics Teacher 77, 662-663.
This program allows residents of the SCU to participate in a noninvasive, comforting therapy to ease their anxieties.
MIAMI BEACH -- It is important for clinicians to be able to recognize the signs of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents and to distinguish them from the ordinary anxieties of growing up, Dr.
We suppose that these physical and symptomatic anxieties are perceived by society as a less desirable and more severe expression of anxiety and therefore may be less likely to be reported by male competitors.
It's the fact that you can't predict it that differentiates panic attacks from stage fright or other anxieties.
Anxiety analysis takes the general form of seeking to identify an underlying social anxiety or a combination of anxieties which can explain why some specific social response or social action occurred when and where it did.
Although regular, meditative rest may serve an important function in stress reduction, the role of exercise in relieving everyday anxieties should not be underestimated.
This study would be a valuable addition to the existing research on various types of academic anxieties in general and information seeking anxiety in particular.
It would be interesting to compare how college students cope in other technologically advanced small language communities, with the problems and anxieties that Israeli students face.
Survey statements that addressed the anxieties of mathematics included the following: a) When I am in math class, I usually feel relaxed and at ease; b) Taking math tests scare me; c) I dreaded going to math class this year; and d) I had to do a lot of memorizing in math class.
Students who are unable to talk about their anxieties often can identify with characters in books strongly enough to experience the catharsis and acquire some important insights (Halsted, 1994).